GEOMETRY

Geometric patterns influence the body's ability to balance itself.
Lasers are used to imprint geometric patterns onto 8ight’s
holographic Data Disc™. The patterns are selected to achieve
balance, harmony, and influence the body for better health as they
communicate through the body's acupuncture meridians. 
Article
April 8, 2007 –
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As humans we have a relationship to space and the geometry of our environment.
In fact, even the question of whether scientific concepts are innate
is a tantalizing one for cognitive scientists. Now scientists studying
villagers in a remote area of the Amazon report that core geometric concepts
are part of basic human cognitive equipment,” from HunterGatherers
Grasp Geometry by Constance Holden.
Ancient cultures understood everything has a pattern, and that pattern
is the key to creating a specific effect. Now with advent of scientific
equipment, such surface mammography and other biofeedback type machine,
geometric shapes can be measured for the energetic effect they have on
the human energy field.
The holographic Data Disc™ from 8ight encompasses the use of basic
geometry. Each hologram is carefully formulated in its design to support
the on going study of the effect of geometry on the meridians of the
human body.
One foundational geometric design of the Data Disc™ is derived
from the HarameinRauscher solution to torque and Coriolis force as an
amendment to Einstein’s field equations, which modifies the KerrNewman
solution.
Also included in the geometric equation is the relationship of tones
(music) to geometry. The discovery of the relationship of geometry and
mathematics to music is attributed to Pythagoras but it wasn’t
until 1969 when Hans Jenny, with the use of the tonoscope, showed how
sounds both generates and influences patterns and shapes. With today’s
equipment we can test how shapes and patterns influence the human body.
Sacred Geometry
The use of geometric figures in the holographic disc by 8ight is not
to be confused with the contemporary usage of the term sacred geometry.
Most often sacred geometry is used to assert mathematical order to the
intrinsic nature of the universe and incorporate a spiritual meaning
to geometric patterns vs. patterns arising directly from scientific principles.
Ancient Geometry
Ancient geometry is concerned with the shape of individual objects, spatial
relationships among various objects, and the properties of surrounding
space. It is one of the oldest branches of mathematics, having arisen
in response to such practical problems such as surveying land. Its
name is derived from Greek words meaning “Earth measurement.”
Even the formation of the numbers used today in the United States and
else where are based on geometry used in ancient times. The numbers are
known as "Arabic" numbers but they were originally used by
the early Phoenician traders to count and keep track of their trading
accounts. The number 8 is based on the number of angles. (reference sketch)
1 has 1 angle and 0 has no angles.
Geometry of Today
The geometry used by Nassim Harmmin in his research into The Origin
of Spin could be the foundational geometry of the universe and how energy
is held together. Note Nassim's paper on Spin and this 64 sided octahedron
and how it is used to illustrate how energy is held together. New discoveries
are happening daily in physics that will change the world we live in.
Also symbols and numbers such as the number 8 used in our holograms
can be powerful in sports and everyday life.
A recent article in the April GolfDigest.com, called "The Innovators",
notes how using the figure 8 in front of your eyes during a round of
golf in a simple exercise can relax the body, increase focus and can
improve vision and performance.
Conclusion
Geometry, whether ancient or modern, has an impact on the body and is imbedded
with the use of lasers into each of the proprietary holographic Data Disc.
The geometric patterns are selected to achieve balance, harmony, and influence
the body for better health as they communicate through the body's acupuncture
meridians.
ADDITIONAL ARTICLES ON GEOMETRY
A Short History of Geometry
Pythagoras
Sacred Geometry: Unique way of looking at geometry
